Photo Credit: Bob Mahoney/The CW
Episode: “For Whom the Bell Tolls”
Writers: Brett Matthews and Elisabeth R. Finch
Stefan: “Is this suppose to fill me up?” Damon: “Well, yes. And no. Technically, yes, because you’re a vampire.” Stefan: “Realistically, no, because you’re — you know — you.” Stefan: “Ahh, yes, the insatiable and bloodlusting vampire ripper of Monterrey.” Damon: “And we’re only in the 1920s baby.” Stefan: “Well, sorry, but this is a lot to process.”
Damon: “You are a vampire, not a caveman.” Stefan: “Let me get this straight. I helped you steal this car. I found out I was a vampire who killed his own father. And yet I don’t litter?” Damon: “You’re a man of principle, Stefan, who had his memories erased by a 2,000-year-old witch.” Stefan: “Yeah, but I bet that 2,000-year-old witch probably drives a little faster than you. Wait, let me guess. Fun brother. Safe brother.”
Stefan: “I got it. You’re the fun brother.”
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